Tag Archives: mortality

Bedtime

Bedtime she says She reminds him of His mother and A half century of rebellion. His protest is not heard His heart is weak His soul is bored His days are numbered. The resignation letter reads So comes to pass … Continue reading

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Poem: Abstract

  Abstract images Drops of thoughts Phrases Sounds Words and dots Shapes Shapes I cannot recognise Litter the horizon of my mind Litter the streets of my brain Spread through my veins Like a drop of ink Spilled on an … Continue reading

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Poem: The End

  Have I reached the end Or the end should reach me? Do I continue with my homework Or is it time for dinner? Can I play outside On this sunny day Or is it permanently snowing? I do not … Continue reading

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Poem: Goodby my Mum

  Empty I feel without you Like a biblical figure Wandering the desert After the storm The wrath of God Swept the plains Scorched ┬áthe lives of the Children of the Innocent age Charred remains are all that left of … Continue reading

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Poem: You!

Full of sadness and regrets my heart rests Comes in the distance The horizon The horizon is full of storms and rainy days Engraved in my memory your smile still Still hurts my heart Your words Still hurt my heart … Continue reading

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Questions Unanswered

On a recent visit to Oxford, England I observed magnificent buildings and beautiful architectures. Many of these buildings were churches or college buildings that resembled the churches they are connected with. After all you do not seem to escape theology … Continue reading

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